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Ken Rinaldo

Ken Rinaldo is an American Artist and Educator internationally recognized for his interactive installations blurring the boundaries between the organic and inorganic and speaking to the co-evolution between living and evolving technological cultures. Rinaldo’s works have been commissioned by museums and festivals worldwide including: the Vancouver Olympics, AV Festival England, the Kiasma Museum Finland and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

Rinaldo is recipient of an Award of Distinction at Ars Electronica Austria first prize for Vida 3.0 Spain for Autopoiesis and his work has been featured on CNET, BBC, ORF, CNN, CBC & the Discovery Channel and select international publications like Wired Magazine and the book; Art and Electronic Media by Edward Shanken. Professor Rinaldo is the author of Interactive Electronics for Artists and Inventors and teaches robotics & programming, 3D modeling and animation within in the Art & Technology program in the College of Arts & Sciences at The Ohio State University.
Interdisciplinary Media Artist, Professor, Ecologist